John & Stacey King
Flytz Gymnastics, Inc. is owned and operated by husband and wife, John and Stacey King. They are residents of Cuyahoga Falls and stay very active in the daily operations of Flytz Gymnastics, Inc.
John graduated from Kent State University with a B.S. degree in Physical Education and General Science. After graduating college, prior to owning Flytz, John worked as the Area Director for the Akron Area YWCA. In his position, he was responsible for the implementation and operation of the sports and fitness programs at three separate facilities located in Kent, Tallmadge, and Akron. More specifically, John was responsible for all aquatics, fitness, and gymnastics programs. John remained with the YWCA until 1995. In June of 1995, John opened Flytz Gymnastics, Inc. in a small training facility in Kent, Ohio. Later, in 1999, John moved Flytz Gymnastics to its current location in Cuyahoga Falls.
John and Stacey were married in 2009. Stacey is a graduate of the Ohio State University where she earned her degree in Early Childhood Education. During her high school years, Stacey was a competitive gymnast. Stacey works as the Office Manager and a receptionist at Flytz Gymnastics. Together, John and Stacey have six daughters.
Meet Our Staff
Brittany has been coaching gymnastics since 2012. She has always had a passion for gymnastics and has found a new love for coaching. Brittany did gymnastics for 11 years. She graduated from The Ohio State University in 2012 with a Bachelor's in Education - Sport and Leisure Management.
Head Team Coach
Jordan grew up in Wisconsin where she went to Salto Gymnastics Center her entire club career. She spent 4 years at Level 10, where she made the JO National Championship team twice. Jordan earned a full ride scholarship to Kent State University, where she competed on vault, floor, and beam. Jordan graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor's in Psychology.
Tiffany is in her 21st year of coaching gymnastics. Tiffany did club gymnastics for 13 years, was an all-around state champion, and made it to Level 10. She was a member of the Kent State University track team and earned a B.S. in Physical Education.